The Free Presbyterian Church of North America (FPCNA) is a group of Bible-believing Protestants whose Presbyterian roots go back to the great Reformation of the 16th century. As a denomination, we are
The FPCNA whole-heartedly endorses the five great solas of the Reformation:
- Reformed in doctrine
- Evangelical in outreach
- Sanctified in behavior
- Presbyterian in government
- Protestant in conviction
- Separatist in practice
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- Sola Scriptura—The Scriptures alone for matters of faith and practice
- Sola Fide—justification by faith alone
- Sola Gratia—by grace alone
- Solo Christo—in Christ alone
- Soli Deo Gloria—all to the glory of God alone
New Year’s Message from the Moderator
2016 – Each Day Counts
2016 has 366 days due to the leap year. This gives us all one extra day to live as we choose. The question comes, “How will we live it?” You might say this is an unimportant question because no one thinks that seriously about one extra day. But for the Christian this is an important question because every day counts to God.
Today is a gift from the Lord. It is not something we deserve and we have no right to it. In one sense we are all living on borrowed time and should therefore live each day for the glory of Jesus Christ. But what does that mean? It means that in all our ways we acknowledge Him, considering what He thinks about what we think, about what we do, about where we go, and who we are with.
Paul said to the Corinthians, “Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God.” So go ahead and make “good resolutions” for 2016 remembering that each day is precious in the sight of God.
May the God of all grace fill this New Year with many opportunities to serve Him, helping us each day to grow in likeness to our Lord Jesus Christ.